I am a teenager, in that I tend not to think, to obsess over every detail too much and still daydream that my little fantasy world will come true.
Books: Harry Potter Series, Chronicles of Narnia, Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Dracula, The Count of Monte Cristo, Beowulf, Anything by Robin Hobb, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Mercedes Lackey, or Diana Wynne Jones.
Movies: Independence Day, The Natural, Lord of the Rings
Music: Shinedown, Seether, Theory of a Deadman, Simon and Garfunkel, All American Rejects, James Galway
Instruments: Flute, Piano, Piccolo, Guitar
Sports: Swimming, Football
Favorite things to write on: Eregonian's culture, philosophy
I think that is about it about me . . .
Oh, I really like ellipses.
If you feel like going to the web site I listed, it is attached to my blog. Y'all are welcome and encouraged to read and even comment on the stuff there to me.
And all of you who are still paying attention at this point really should go to that blog, check out the post for April 10, 2006 and take the quiz located there. It is pretty self-explanatory, and cool.
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For those of you reading "I, Eregonian . . .", know that it is a very limited segment of a much larger world. What you will see of Erego's society and customs will be weird, and have little explanation. This phenomena is attributed to the fact that the story is mainly from Erego's point of view, and just as we wouldn't think of justifying the importance of a handshake during an internal dialogue, Erego doesn't either.
I am also working on a Salazar Slytherin fic., to any who might be interested. As of July 4, at 12:12 A.M., it is done and titled "Sympathy for the Serpent". (July 13, 10:06 P.M.) "Sympathy for the Serpent" is up and running under the banner of Historical Fictions in General fics. Thanks to all those who have read it already!
EREGONIAN UP-DATE: Chapter Three is up.
Title: "Golden Bands and Striped Geraniums".
~~~~~~Chapter Four is in line for approval (I Hope!).
Title: "Thundarians Don't Exist or Play Nicely With Others."
10/14/07 - Good Lord, it's been a while since I last wrote. But never fear, any of you who still might check: I have a nearly completed first draft of the fifth chapter. I fear that the fifth chapter will require quite a few edits, but that will com as it may. However, take heart. Compared to how long you have already waited, the next chapter is near.
If ever you have any questions, feel free to e-mail, review or message by some other means to ask me. I have the distinct feeling that there will not be so many messages that you will be lost in a horde. There is a certain pleasure to exclusivity.
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